After Beef: Snoop Dogg teases Eminem collaboration

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Upcoming music from Snoop Dogg apparently has a feature ready with the rap God himself.
Eminem and Snoop are said to have worked on a previously untitled collaboration song.
A year ago there was precious little in favor of a new musical collaboration between the two US legends.


Snoop Dogg announces feature with Eminem


Snoop Dogg (now streaming on Apple Music) took the lead on Eminem’s radio station Shade 45 over the weekend.
The West Coast icon was the main promoter of the supergroup Mount Westmore’s debut album. The formation consists
of Too $ hort, Ice Cube, E-40 and Snopp Dogg himself. With the former, the Doggfather discusses the structure
of upcoming tracks in a clip. In addition, he teases Eminem’s performance.

“Every solo track starts with the last verse of the song before it, except the one of me with Eminem.
I thought this would be a big surprise when people hear Eminem on the track. It’s just a whole different level.” (“Everybody’s solo song was the last verse of the song before that, except the one with me and Eminem.
Because I felt like that was like a big reveal. When n *** as hear that Eminem on that mothaf * cka, that’s just
a whole other level. “) DJ Whoo Kid shared an excerpt from the talk on Twitter and announced that the collaboration will be
released soon. A short passage from the song can also be heard. The post is also provided with the hashtag
#Algorithm. Snoop’s solo album of the same name is slated to drop in November 2021.


Snoop Dogg vs. Eminem: what was it again?



In the summer of 2020, Snoop Dogg put together his personal top 10 of the best rappers of all time in an
interview – without taking Eminem into account. He also added that he could live well without his colleague’s
music. Eminem took Snoop to his chest on the track “Zeus”. The diss was again classified as “soft shit” by the
Doggfather. At the beginning of 2021, clear signals finally followed that the dispute had come to an end.



A joint performance by the living rap legends has recently been confirmed. So Snoop and Eminem with Dr. Dre,
Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar will perform at halftime for the next Super Bowl.

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